Why Have the CPRRP Designation?


The benefits of having obtained the Certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Recovery Practitioner (CPRRP) designation are multiple:

  •  A national designation valid across provinces and territories
  • Confidence you understand your role in the recovery process of those you serve
  • A list of competencies, including the performance indicators for each competency domain based in research and practice
  •  Support to increase knowledge and skills and flexible Maintenance of Credential opportunities
  • Common language amongst CPRRP staff
  • Ability to monitor and track outcomes along the recovery journey of those you serve
  • Connection to a network of practitioner beyond your own agency
  • Commitment to a practitioner code of ethics
  • Access to an organizational code of ethics to support your agency
  • Your name added to the elite roster of CPRRPs

If you are an employer there are many benefits to having staff obtain their Certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Recovery Practitioner (CPRRP) designation!

Here are a few: 

  • Confidence they understand their role in the recovery process of those you serve
  • Motivation to increase knowledge and skills
  • Common language amongst CPRRP staff
  • Ability to monitor and track outcomes along the recovery journey of those you serve
  • Connection to a network of practitioner beyond your own agency
  • Commitment to a practitioner code of ethics
  • Buy in to support an organizational code of ethics
  • Access to a roster of qualified candidates committed to Recovery and PSR practices/code of ethics